Increase Safety with New Voyager Color CMOS Camera

Feb. 26, 2014

Elkhart, IN (February 20, 2014) – ASA Electronics is pleased to bring innovation to the trucking industry with the new VCMS50L/R color CMOS IR LED camera with premium digital processor allowing for an enhanced anti-blooming feature.

The VCMS50L/R features a cutting-edge digital processor that enhances color and creates clearer images. The anti-blooming feature helps to eliminate bright areas commonly seen around images in the sunlight or around headlights at night. The unit also fits the same footprint of other Voyager observation cameras so it can be easily interchanged.

The VCMS50L/R has been thoroughly tested to rigorous over the road trucking standards. This unit has our highest waterproof of IP69K allowing for it to withstand dust, extreme temperatures and even high pressure steam spray. This camera features ASA’s proprietary connector system for superior water ingress. The unit is also corrosion resistant and encased in impact resistant aluminum housing providing for premium durability in any weather. The metal camera housing is available in white, gray primer or chrome.

About ASA

For over 30 years, ASA has been specifically designing, engineering and testing their products to be able to handle the rigorous conditions encountered in the marine, recreational vehicle, powersports, ag/construction, bus and commercial industries. ASA’s proprietary brands include JENSEN, JENSEN Marine, JENSEN Heavy Duty, Marine Audio, Voyager and Advent. ASA is a distributor for SIRIUS XM™ Satellite Radio and Polk products in all their specialty markets. ASA’s products include high quality, feature-rich stereos, speakers, LCD TVs, observation systems, rooftop air conditioning units and other premium accessories built to the specifications of their respective industries. For further information about ASA Electronics, visit www.asaelectronics.com.

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